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>> live from the kgo tv broadcast center, this is abc7 news. >> in the news this saturday morning the california man who made that movie that sparked deadly protests across the middle east gets a visit from federal agents. and cleaning up the world. we will tell you how you can volunteered to right here in the bay area. good morning, i'm terry mcsweeney. a whole lot going on around the bay area today. the stanford game, the oakland a's, cleanups are going on. all kinds of stuff. the weather, will it cooperate in probably. let's check in with lisa argen. >> yeah, we are a little cloudy to start out. good morning, terry. looking at low clouds and fog all around the bay. temperatures in the 50s to the
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upper 40s right now. if you are planning your day here's the way it's going to look with 4050s to start out at our coast. we will hold on to the low clouds and the fog for some time. but by the midday hour everyone is mostly sunny and will enjoy the weather. mid-60s around the bay to the upper 60s inland. that gives you an idea how warm it is going to be by the afternoon. are going to climb another 10, 15 degrees to the upper 80s, near 90 with upper 70s around the bay. keeping it cool with the on shore flow at the coast and that's a hint for what's to come for the second half of the weekend. we are talking cooler temperatures spreading across the bay. i'll have that forecast for you coming up a bit later. terry. >> thanks a lot, lisa. new this morning, one of the largest volunteer efforts in the world take place today. in the bay area this morning thousands of volunteers are expected to hit beaches, shore lines and inland waterways for the state's 28th annual coastal cleanup day. put on gloves and pick up trash, debris and other discarded junk
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that pollutes our beautiful coastline and rivers. in fact, more than 100 countries will take part in an international effort. it is spread worldwide with 9 million pounds of garbage picked up last year. our coastal commission said more than 1.3 million pounds of trash was picked up right here in california. volunteers are needed at dozens of locations starting at 9:00 this morning. in oakland, head to lake merit. help clean the lake creeks and in san jose at the guadalupe visitors center. richmond, head to the shoreline at peninsula drive and marina bay parkway. many more local events are posted on the california coastal commission's website. also new this morning, today is the first search for missing morgan hill teenager sierra lamar since that effort was cut back to saturdays only. it eliminates the wednesday
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searches. it's been six months since she was last seen leaving her home on the way to school. a man is charged with her murder based on dna evidence found had his car, but there's still no sign of sierra. adult volunteers are asked to report to the find sierra search center at the elementary school in morgan hill between eight and nine this morning. the death of a teenager in peru has shaken his former classmates at a high school. they are posting memories of 18-year-old kyle nolan. he graduated last year and set out by himself to south america. authorities say he died consuming a hallucinogenic drink during a ritual and was buried in the jungle. we have more on the tragic end to go his mother's desperate search. >> when he didn't return home his mother and sister went to find him. his motor spoke about the search. >> no one was seen from him, no one was heard from him. he hasn't left peru according to immigration and it's like he's
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vanished. there's just no sign of him anywhere. >> peruvian police say one man has been arrested after confess to go burying him. two others have also been taken into custody accused of helping him dispose of the body in the jungle. he led authorities to the body and said he died after exceeding the dosage of the medicinal plant. according to the "press democrat" his parents knew he was going to peru to take care -- part in the ritual. the brew made from a south american vine is used by the indian people as a way to heal people. back here word of his death spread quickly. myers is a student from the same school. he found out about his death through social media. >> his parents posted it. there was a post on facebook. >> he said everyone is talking about what happened to nolan, even in school.
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>> we talked about it in class today. some of the teachers had him. yeah, a lot of people were sad about that. >> abc7 news. developing news, the southern california filmmaker tied to the anti-islamic movie that's led to middle east protests got a visit from probation officers yesterday. this is the home where the 55-year-old man has been hiding out with his family. his attorney says he voluntarily went with the los angeles county sheriff's deputies and he was questioned. investigators are looking into his activities since he was convicted of financial crimes. his film was partially shot in newhall, north of downtown l.a. his company, media for christ, is locked up. the bodies of the four
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americans who died in the violence sparked by that movie are back on american soil this morning. ambassador chris stevens of piedmont are among those killed at the attack on the embassy in benghazi, libya. ♪ >> a military procession escorted their coffins to ceremonies in maryland. president obama called 52-year-old stevens everything america could want as an ambassador. secretary of state hillary clinton new him personally. >> during the revolution in libya he risked his life to help protect the libyan people from a tyrant, and he gave his life helping them build a better country. >> after yesterday's ceremonies, the bodies were sent to a military mortuary in delaware. plans for christopher stevens' funeral are pending. this morning our media partner, the mercury news, reported a caltrain operator smoked marijuana before a near
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disaster. passengers jumped for their lives as a speeding train came down on them at 75 miles an hour. the passengers were legally crossing the tracks when the train going on the opposite track almost hit them. it was a close call but no one was hurt. cal strain said the engineer who was stopped at the station tested positive for pot after the incident and both engineers should have been in radio contact. they are on paid administrative leave pending the results of an investigation. this morning in southern california, firefighters say they will resume battling a brush fire as soon as the sun comes up after appearing to get the upper hand last night. this is in los angeles east of interstate 405 in the hills above a pass near the getty center art museum. two aircraft known as super scoopers dropped water on the flames last night. the fire broke out about 3:30 yesterday afternoon and moved up hill toward a cul-de-sac in bellaire. no homes have been damaged. the fire has charred about 70 acres so far and is 40% contained. we are learning more about the man under arrest in
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connection with the death of a 29-year-old woman whose body was found in san benito county last week. 69-year-old lawrence jones of monterey is in custody down in southern california. he's a professor of the graduate school in monterey. jones is the victim's ex-husband and she was still living with him. her body was left in a wooded hear in san benito county. officers executed a search warrant and determined she had been killed at her home before her body was transported. >> coming up, the vigil for a south bay clerk who was robbed and killed last weekend. what brought out so many people to remember a man that most of them only new at mo. and a scary sighting not far from shore
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milpitas police are still trying to track down robbers who shot and killed a clerk during a 7-eleven robbery last weekend. people came out to remember a man they only knew as mo. nick smith reports. >> they take a life and try to destroy us, but it's just brought us closer together. >> a vigil for the 7-eleven clerk who was robbed and killed last saturday brought out people from all over milpitas. >> these people here tonight come together as a community, not as a lynch mob. >> many holding candles said they only knew the man they called mo in passing, but it hit
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close to home and they felt a need to bring those responsible to justice. >> man up and turn yourself in. don't be hunted down by a dog. that doesn't make you a man, it makes you a coward. >> mo was killed by three armed gunmen inside this store, only two blocks from the milpitas police station. organizers posted details about the vigil on social media and suspect photographs were blown up and passed out. diana has lived here most of her life. this is her first vigil and she wants it to be her last. >> people would just rather kill somebody or knock an old lady or man down and rob them, and it just can't go on. it can't. >> police are actively investigating the homicide. they have not released any other details beyond the suspect's photo. but those gathered are hoping that an arrest is made soon. >> if you are man enough to do it, be man enough to admit it. >> there's a $10,000 reward being offered for information
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leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible. for more information you can go to our website at in milpitas, nick smith, abc7 news. new this morning the battle against west nile virus resumes in santa clara county with pesticides praying in a section of san jose. at 11:00 tonight the patrol will be ground fogging in the area. the fogging kills mosquito these can kill the disease and spread it to humans. two great white sharks have been spotted off the coast of santa cruz county. and not far off the coast. yesterday the research foundation took these photos during an aerial patrol of the area. this shark, 12 to 14 feet long, was spotted near a ship at
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research beach. at one point he got so close to the marina, you could touch it. no reports of anyone trying to do it. very wise. the other one was larger, about 16 feet stocking dolphins off the beach. >> we want to send out a huge thank you to all of those who donated to the foster kids sleep campaign. the response was so overwhelming, they almost ran out of warehouse space. i like that kind of problem. and now it's time to give all that away today. children will stop by the dream store today and pick out everything they need. >> if i can say it without crying, just thank you. you know, it may seem like it's just a pair of shoes or a new coat or even a backpack with school supplies, but to our kids it's something that belongs to them. that's something that we can't replace. wow. thanks for your generosity. hundreds of foster children are going to be receiving new clothes, new shoes and backpacks filled with school supplies.
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that's all because the bay area cares. again, thanks so much. i think that woman said it all, especially the emotion in her voice. >> yeah. >> weather-wise, we've got the usual behind us pretty much? overcast? >> that's right. and its pretty dense in spots. we have coast all around the bay, but from up above it looks pretty good. this is a view from mount tam. we will see plenty of sun today. the microclimate once again in full swing. i'll explain coming up. >> and also next, fighting for the wildcard. the a's open an important series with the baltimore orioles who were seeing double affeldt this one. affeldt this one. larry beil has the highlights i'm a professional stylist
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>> lisa argen joins us now. it's inspiring to see that beauty out there. >> yeah, it is nice out there. clear skies for the friends in the east bay, and danville, you are clear with temperatures in the upper 50s." but look at all the fog from below. when you get closer to the bay, you will notice that the low clouds and fog are hard to discern here. the little hole in the overcast above keeping us clear in san francisco. but the marine layer is about 1200 feet deep. so as we pan around looking like
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a fine morning out there, you can see a little bit in the way of the cloudiness there. so temperatures today will be affected by the low clouds, the fog, and as a result we will look for temperatures right around normal today. so pretty nice afternoon. if you are looking for it a little warmer, the warmer day comes today. tomorrow we cool off a little bit as our marine layer increases and the onshore flow also allows for the cooler air to head across the bay. so live doppler 7hd right now showing that the fog is into the east bay. also pushing a little bit further past castro valley. but it looks like you will be clear this morning for the try valley. so that's nice if you are headed for a bike ride or a run. 55 in oakland, holding right at 50 for napa and santa rosa right now. 57 in san jose with upper 50s in the southwest wind by the delta. so this morning temperatures really no big surprises out there. and this afternoon we will look for numbers around the bay to
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once again be in a wide range from around 60 at our coast to near 90 inland. and the cooler weather comes in tomorrow anywhere from about two to five degrees, as an area of low pressure gets a little bit closer to the bay area. here's a look right now at the fog. you will notice from that earlier shot that we had it over the bay. so from hayward, san leandro, castro valley, the bay shores, it will be gray to start and then by 10:00 you should see sun. afternoon highs mainly in the 70s and 80s around the bay with near 90 today. it looks like it will take a little while to get the warmth back across the bay. so if you like it on the warm side, taking a break from summer, as this really is the official last full week of summer, and then by the end of the work week looks like warmer numbers head back. here's a look at our water vapor imagery. it tells the story with the high to the east. the low that's been hanging out in the pacific. really not influencing our weather too much. but by tomorrow it will get a
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little bit closer and that's going to mean that we are going to see a few subtle changes around the bay with temperatures coming a bit lower. and that will take us below the average. we should see about low 80s north end of the bay, south end of the bay, and things change-up a little bit for tomorrow. 9 in fremont today with 81 in san jose. 63 half moon bay. we will be sunnier at our coast with 80 in santa rosa. we will look for the temperatures in the south bay for the renaissance fair. coastal cleanup to be pretty impressive for september with 60s and sunshine here. mid-70s santa cruz and upper 80s in gilroy with 86 in hollister. everyone has been talking about the a's. and tonight, 6:05, 62 degrees with the fog beginning to creep back across the bay. upper 50s by about 10:00. and the cool down starts tomorrow. it's kind of been like this the past couple of weekend. we will see the cool weather leng are into the early part of the week. but it's really how long that fog lasts in the morning. today about 10:00, 11:00.
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>> lisa, thanks a lot. dan harris joins us now from new york to tell us what is coming up at 7:00 on "good morning america." good morning to you, dan. >> hey, terry, good morning to you. coming up, overnight, the man suspected of making that low budget anti-islam film that's set the muslim world on fire was picked up for police questioning. he wrapped a towel around his face as they put him in the car. as we are learning new details, we are also learning new details about the attack on an american base in afghanistan, which now appears to be part of the backlash that's spread to 31 countries. high temperatures and low humidity creating the perfect storm for wild parts in your part of the country. it's now near bellaire and l.a. today is another searcher scorcher in that part of the world. and plus royalely pe. ved, they are suing the french
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magazine that ran pictures of indicate. and she's spotted smoking what is looked like a pipe while driving illegally. vines had her license suspended after she was bust ford dui and two hit-and-runs. the big question this morning is why is she still on the road? some people are calling it another cautionary tale of childhood stardom. >> look forward to it. great job. thank you very much. >> thank you. >> in a few hours cal plays at the horseshoe against the number 12 ohio state buckeyes. you can see it here on abc7 at 9:00 a.m. last night there was an important series against the baltimore orioles. larry beil has the highlights from this morning's sports. >> good morning. a's and orioles, both contenders. opening a three-game series last night on fireworks night, star wars night, the force has been with the a's all season long. it doesn't get cuter than this. look at yoda!
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a's down 1-0 in the fourth. and cespedes hurt his wrist a couple days ago. looks good here. 2-1, athletics. malone solid all season. chris davis takes it deep to center field. just gone! 26th of the year for davis. tied at 2. a's regain the lead in the bottom half of the fifth. 3-2 a's after that homer. big night for their defense. 4 double plays including this one in the seventh. robert andino hits the the 6-4-3 double play. more defense to end the games. derek norris guns down xavier trying to steal. a sellout crowd on fireworks night. a's win, 3-2. giants and d-backs. not the best way to try to get a foul ball, although he got it. matt cain, uncain-like. two strikeouts and five walks. three came in the first. lasted only five innings. labored. but hunter pence, bases loaded in the third. grand slam.
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the third of his career, 5-0, giants. they get out of a bases - loaded no-out jam in the fifth. affeldt gets him swinging. giants adding a run in the eighth by santiago casilla, the relief pitcher, who never gets any at-bats, rbi single. all going the giants way, they win 6-2. can you just imagine 49ers coach jim harbaugh and the lions coach, jim schwartz, meeting at midfield and exchanging a warm, friendly hug? me neither. their teams will meet sunday night. and harbaugh put it, the whole handshake business is completely irrelevant. but for some compelling reason we leak to talk about it. last year the niners beat them. and there was almost a fight. the handshake is still a hot topic. >> i've seen him a bunch of times since. there's a bunch of nfl things that, you know, that go on after the season.
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so when two teams take the field, there's only one thing on your mind and that's all that's important. >> the hand shake, you got sidetracked without incident? >> without incident. >> the cal football team has a huge task. go to columbus and try to knock off ohio state. cal is kind of shaky in two games this year. 16 point underdogs. trying to contain this guy, braxton miller. while many see doom here. some see opportunity. >> fired up for it. fired up to go to columbus. you know, playing in that, you know, huge crowd and all the tradition that's there. it's a great opportunity, a great experience for the kids. i'm fired up about it. >> we will have the cal-ohio state game for you right here, 9:00 a.m. kickoff on abc7. all the highlights in the evening. 8:30 in the evening, lexus after
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the game. have a great weekend. i'm larry beil. coming up next, federal probation officers interview a southern california film maker linked to an anti-islamic movie that's sparking protest across the middle east. also coming up, we will look at the debate on whether that controversial film should be taken off youtube. and the space shuttle endeavour ready for a piggyback ride that will take it right here to the bay area. 4g lte has the fastest speeds. so let's talk about coverage. based on this chart, who would you choose ? wow. you guys take a minute. verizon, hands down. i'm going to show you guys another chart. pretty obvious. i don't think color matters. pretty obvious. what's pretty obvious about it ? that verizon has the coverage. verizon. verizon. we're going to go to another chart. it doesn't really matter how you present it. it doesn't matter how you present it. verizon. more 4g lte coverage than all other networks combined.
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>> live from the kgo broadcast center, this is abc7 news. >> topping our news this half-hour, developing news. this morning president obama is commenting on the constitutional rights of a southern california filmmaker linked to the anti-islamic movie. his film has been sending protests around the world, some deadly. yesterday federal probation officers interviewed the 52-year-old man shown in an l.a. times photo. he's been hiding out with his family. his lawyer said he voluntarily went with law enforcement officers and answered their questions. investigators are looking into his activities since he was convicted of financial crime. he's on probation.
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his film was partially shot just north of downtown l.a. his company, media for christ, is all locked up this morning. in his weekly address president obama denounced the attacks on americans overseas and defended the filmmakers religious freedom despite the worldwide violence it has triggered. >> i made it clear that the united states has a profound respect of people of all faiths. we stand for religious freedom. and we reject the denigrate of any religion, including islam. but there is never any justification for violence. there's no religion that condones the targeting of innocent men and women. there's no excuse for attacks on our embassies and consulates. so long as i am commander in chief, the united states will never tolerate efforts to harm our fellow americans. this morning anti-american protests continue to spread across the globe. demonstrations are being held in some 30 countries. at least four people have been killed so far in the chaos. u.s. troops are on their way to
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secure u.s. embassies in sudan, yemen and libya. given the extreme circumstances, one question remains, should youtube pull the offensive clip from its website. we have more on the debate. >> with muslims rioting and two more embassies under siege, all due to the youtube video. it is sparked killings and both reactions in middle east and northern california. this man is with california's yemeni youth for change. >> it was shameful and disrespectful and outrageous that something like this would be put out for any people. >> he viewed the video recently and said he agrees with the muslim argument for taking it off the web, but disagrees with the violent reaction it sparked. >> what they did caused more harm to islam. as a muslim i know it's -- it's in the core that you do not harm anybody. >> freedom of speech is at the crux of the argument whether it should be censored.
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the white house called it offensive and reprehensible and then reached out to youtube to call the video to their attention and asked them to review whether it violates their terms of use. >> when the white house calls you up and asks i about a video, it sends a message and has a chilling effect. >> she's a coordinator for san francisco's frontier foundation. she sad google has blocked it in many countries but the idea the us might consider censoring it would be problematic. >> they would have to demonstrate that the message of the video was illegal in the some way and the first amendment is a fairly strong stumbling block to that. >> google responded they have restricted it to comply with local laws. goggle states, we restricted access to it in countries where it is illegal such as india and indonesia and libya and egypt given the
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very sensitive situation in those countries. >> the man who made the anti-muslim video is a felon who is banned from using computers or the internet as part of his sentence. the probation department is reviewing whether he violated the terms of his five-year probation. in the newsroom, abc7 news. >> things could be a bit more hectic than usual at sfo the next few weekends. one of the runways is closed for repairs until monday morning. same for the next two weekends. they will be inspecting the runway and installing new lights as part of a federally-mandated safety upgrade. the fleets will be reduced from 60 per hour down to 30. final preparations are underway for the space shuttle endeavour's final voyage that will take it over the bay area on his way to los angeles. yesterday it was mounted atop a boeing 747 at the kennedy space center. it is taking off on monday. and come thursday it will make its way through the bay area.
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endeavour will do a low-level fly over above mountain field -- mountain view where the heat shields were developed, lockheed developed them. the shuttle will go over san francisco and go over the golden gate bridge. so, folks, get your cameras out. coming up next, the desperate effort to save the life of a two-year-old boy with leukemia, and how you can help. and the muni driver who found some precious journal voucher wells and did the right thing. right now, a gorgeous shot. 6:52 is sunrise. we are 17 away from that are gorgeous presunrise shot. lisa is
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in san francisco there are two more opportunities today to help save a bay area toddler's life. i reported this story earlier this week. that's two-year-old jeremy conn of san francisco. he has a very rare form of leukemia. he needs a bone marrow transplant before undergoing a third round of chemotherapy scheduled for november. folks, november is on the way. there are no matches for jeremy in the current national bone marrow registry. so bone marrow drives like this is trying to find a match.
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it's most likely going to come from an asian donor but asians make up less than 1% of those on the registry. his aunt is hoping people will set aside all superstitions, come out and see if you can help. today's bone marrow drives begins at 10:00. one is at the international dragon boat festival on treasure island. another at the china town ymca on sacramento street. three more drives will be held tomorrow. a san francisco muni passenger left his briefcase on the bus but he got it back and everything was still inside. now he wants to personally thank the driver who took time to do a really good deed. we have more. >> about four seconds after i got off the bus, and it just started away. there was no catching it. >> michael realized as soon as he stepped off the 27 last thursday he accidentally left his briefcase on the muni bus. >> my laptop, my wallet, credit cards, checkbook, medication. >> and his platinum ring and bracelet and the 14 diamondbacks
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-- diamondbacks that decorate them. >> and i just gotten a couple weeks ago a thank you letter from mr. and mrs. obama for one of my paintings that now hangs at the white house. that was unreplaceable. >> he called the police and filed a report for his valuables, but resigned himself to the fact that he would never see them again. then, just five days later he got a call from muni's lost and found. they had his bag with everything inside, even the jewelry. >> i went, oh, amazing! such honesty. that driver deserves a reward. if i weren't broke, i would give her cash. >> the transit agency's spokesperson, paul rhodes, confirms the lost and found case, but tells me muni is still working to determine exactly who that good samaritan driver is. >> it's not uncommon for an operator to go an extra mile and to show an act of kindness. a lot of times the perception is the other way. for this type of story to come out, for an operator like this,
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it's a good thing and we to would like to give that operator credit. >> as he waits his hopeful reunion, other muni drivers like san francisco resident jill brenner are given hope that his good fortune may some day turn into theirs. >> it's awesome to see that kind of community in san francisco. >> i would hope that that would happen in my case, as well. >> muni spokesman paul rhodes told me they did finally identify the driver. the problem is she was driving all day and they couldn't let her know that she is in fact the good samaritan driver. once they get a hold of her, they will initiate a reunion. abc7 news. >> abc7 meet olympics jest lisa argen joins us now. >> yes. >> what are you doing, reacting to my comment? >> i said that's me. i can do that from time to time. you know, we are looking at the fog behind us. so a better shot of that show we have the cloudy skies from our watermark camera. of course, the bay bridge.
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55 degrees. we look for a warmup. low 70s by the end of the day. and in oakland the big a's game tonight. we will talk about that and the weekend forecast straight ahead. >> and also ahead, hollywood down on the farm. movie stars shoot at stanford university for an upcoming film. >> living on a budget doesn't mean you have to give up on all the fun. i'm michael finney. later on 7 en your side, three tips to put you on the road
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a welcome distraction for stanford students yesterday as a film crew took over part of the campus for an upcoming comedy starring vince vaughn and owen wilson. we were there with the star-struck students. >> there's music in the air. >> a shout. ♪ >> the last time they were together on the big screen was in "the wedding crashers." we are going to get drunk. but lately vince vaughn and owen wilson have been showing up again on college campuses. >> it's owen wilson, oh, my god! owen wilson! >> here they are walking with the notre dame football team, and the duo was recently spotted at georgia tech filming scenes for the upcoming movie "the interns."
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now they are filming for scenes for the movie at stanford. >> a lot of times it will say stanford, but it won't be stanford, so it's cool to see them do it at stanford. >> the crew was kept a healthy distance away while they filmed, but a professor had a front row seat from his office window and tweeted this photo of vaughn and wilson shooting a dialogue scene with a sound guy off to the side. they play two unemployed 40-somethings who come here in hopes of landing a coveted internship at google. their characters try hard not to stand out, but in real life they can't exactly help it. >> star struck a little? >> oh, yeah. i'm totally into this. hopefully i will see owen wilson. he will have to eat lunch at some team. >> it was cool. i waved when he was talking -- walking around the set, and he waved back, so that was exciting. >> i like owen wilson. i think his nose is predominant and funny and crooked, in a good way. >> if you ran into him, what would you do? >> i would say hi, i love your hair and you are awesome.
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>> if you didn't catch a gleams of it here at stanford, don't worry. rumor has it they will be filming around san francisco over the weekend. at stanford, johnathan bloom, abc7 news. >> do you have any idea where they will be doing the filming in san francisco today? you have a lot of sources. can you tell us where it is going on? >> no, i can't disclose that. >> a lot of people applied for the extras in those things. it's fun. >> we are talking about sunshine in the city. it was only 58 yesterday along the shoreline. but with more sun today. mid-60s downtown. as we head outside right now, it looks pretty good from this vantage point. vollmer peak, isn't it pretty with the sun coming up? that's in a couple minutes. and setting at 7:17. closer to the coast we are looking at the dense fog. the marine layer pretty shallow at about 1200 feet. in some areas visibility is reduce today around a mile. up north, of course, the golden gate bridge looking a little bit
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gray this morning. live doplar 7hd shows the low clouds and fog have pushed across the bay into the east bay, san rean degree and castro valley. a little on the cloudy sky. we will continue to see the fog pull back and allow for a pretty nice day around the bay. 55 in oakland, 51 in redwood city with numbers right around 50 in napa, 51 as you head a little bit further south. we will look for the wide range once again today with numbers near 60 at the beaches to near 90 inland. if you are planning the weekend today, looks to be the warmer day of the two with a little bit more wind coming in across the bay tomorrow. so the fog tense to pull back throughout the morning hours. you have the sun in the try valley. you will be seeing it pretty soon from fremont to castro valley but it will get hung up in the city. so about 10:00, 11:00 you will get into that clearing. we will look for the mild to warm weather once again today. in fact, getting kind of hot over the east bay hills, east of
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the tunnel. and that's because of this big ridge of high pressure. the upper level ridge creating a a pretty big heat wave in southern california." temperatures again near 100 degrees. but there's a trough offshore. and finally making a little bit more emphasis across northern california tomorrow. that will drive the temperatures down a little bit. anywhere from two to four degrees down s he we are talking numbers below average for the beginning of the work week. it is the last official full week of summer. so feeling really like that down around los angeles. 100 there. 103 in fresno. we have a bit of a delta breeze but still keeping sacramento on the warm side. mid-90s there. taking you back home, pretty pleasant today with numbers right around where they should be. 81 in san jose. we have the clouds now. 83 saratoga. on the peninsula look for temperatures around stanford to be in the upper 70s, but tonight upper 50s for the game. later on in the evening hours.
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san francisco, you have the peak to peak walk-run today with mid-60s in the north bay. the humane society, a good place to adopt a pet in novato. upper 700. east bay, the a's play tonight. so it will be in the low 60s. low 70s for afternoon highs. the inland valleys talking low 90s in antioch and 89 pleasanton. and for the renaissance fair, santa cruz county fair continues, low 70s in watsonville. today a little bit warmer inland and then you get the cooling, a little bit more of a breeze tomorrow through the middle of the week, then we will bump the numbers back up and the equinox happens next saturday about 7:00 in the morning. that's the official beginning of fall. >> today golden gate park over at the gardens, they are having a human be-in at new. if you want to go there and find out what it's like or maybe it's
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your 20th one, but you can go there today in the park. >> cool. >> no one has to tell you the bay area is an expensive place to >> that's katie. she's the author of two smart cookie books offering financial advice. she says many of us have spent a lot of money on summer trips and vacations and more recently on back to school expenses. >> and you are starting to add up the bills and find out how expensive it has been. >> here's her top three money saving tips. number one, know what you are spending. >> it's really easy to say, oh, i don't even want to know what i'm spending. you need to know.
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>> two, set aside some money each month for savings or bringing down your debt. >> make it automatic. >> and finally, get things for free. and try to make things yourself. >> you can have a really rich life without spending very much money at all. >> one free week of yoga classes are being offered in october at 2200 studios nationwide. it's a great chance to relax and perhaps try something new. >> it's great for getting more grounded and more centered. and i think that it really benefits your family and your boss and makes you more productive. >> it's all part of national yoga month. >> i had an awesome class, a great workout. i mean, that would add up to probably over $100 in a week. so something great to try out. >> the dragon boat festival is this weekend at treasure island. the event includes free races plus family activities for the kids. beginning september 28th, san francisco's mint plaza and united nations plaza will be buzzing with 24 days of free performances. it's part of 24 days of central market art.
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among the highlights, members of san francisco's fly away productions. >> they are an amazing company. they specialize in doing work on the sides of buildings. they will actually be being a whole ballet on the front of the runmar hotel. >> her website also features many free things, as well as free financial advice. you can find a link to everything we mentioned in this story on i'm michael finney, 7 on your >> they are actually going to go doing a whole ballet on the front of the runmar hotel. >> her website also features many free things, as well as free financial advice. you can find a link to everything we mentioned in this story on i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. coming up next, a maltese eagle. it's worth 5 million bucks. meet the maltease falcon right here in san francisco where you can get a birds-eye view of both this
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4g lte has the fastest speeds. so let's talk about coverage. based on this chart, who would you choose ? wow. you guys take a minute. verizon, hands down. i'm going to show you guys another chart. pretty obvious. i don't think color matters. pretty obvious. what's pretty obvious about it ? that verizon has the coverage. verizon. verizon. we're going to go to another chart. it doesn't really matter how you present it. it doesn't matter how you present it. verizon. more 4g lte coverage than all other networks combined.
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>> the winning numbers from last neat's mega-millions drawing. 16, 17, 21, 40, 51 and the meganumber is 20. nobody picked all six. so no pick six. tuesday night's jackpot estimated at $15 million. >> a solid gold jewel encrusted maltese eagle has landed in san francisco. all part of a breast cancer fundraiser. there it is, a golden eagle, formerly known as the golden eagle, is worth $5 million. it arrived under armed police
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guard yesterday and is now on display at the home of the maltese falcon, john's grill. the maltese eagle owner plans to sell the statue and donate $1 million from the sale to breast cancer charity. you can view it today from two to three p.m. and tomorrow from 2:30 to 4:30 at john's grill. >> what kind of weather are we going to have for some eagle viewing? >> it will be sunny all around bat i today. starting out partly cloudy. 65 in the city. low 60s half moon bay, low 60s watsonville and salinas, today the warmer day out of the two. this afternoon, and evening hours we have the a's 62 at 6:00 and dropping into the 50s with the fog. cooler root through midweek after today. >> all right. lisa, thanks a lot. thanks for joining us on abc7 saturday morning news. abc news continues at 8:00 a.m. we want to remind you about our exclusive alarm clock appear for the i-phone. download it for free. i like to score my designer shoes and handbags early.
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